Bryce Eishold

Reporter

News and sports journalist, covering police and emergency services, football and netball, Gippsland Drive and occasionally writing for Gippsland Farmer. Get in touch: 5135 4434 or beishold@lvexpress.com.au

Latest Stories

Hospital’s new path to good health

Hospital’s new path to good health

Work has began on a pathway at Latrobe Regional Hospital to give patients and employees an opportunity to "get out and get active".  

Residents dirty on hard waste

Residents dirty on hard waste

Yallourn North residents have criticised Latrobe City Council's scheduling of its December hard rubbish pick up which coincides with the town's annual Christmas lights display.  

Moe woman remanded on drugs charges

Moe woman remanded on drugs charges

A woman has been denied bail after she was allegedly caught with ice in the car she was driving in Yarragon on Saturday.  

Man caught leg-handed

Man caught leg-handed

A man has been booked for hanging his feet outside the window of a moving car.  

Bags donated for festive joy

Bags donated for festive joy

Young people at Morwell's Latrobe Valley Flexible Learning Option will have a brighter Christmas this year thanks to the generosity of some of the region's power station workers.  

‘Tough guy’ angers Magistrate

‘Tough guy’ angers Magistrate

A former Glengarry footballer has narrowly avoided jail after a magistrate launched a scathing attack on him in court this week, describing the accused as a "thug" and "tough guy".  

Wood theft concerns

Wood theft concerns

CCTV footage is being reviewed after groups of people have been caught illegally logging protected areas of pine plantations near Boolarra.  

Two airlifted following crash

Two airlifted following crash

Two people were flown to Melbourne by air ambulance on Friday following a collision between two vehicles at Yinnar.  

Appeal following break in

Appeal following break in

Detectives are investigating an aggravated burglary after a car was stolen from a Traralgon property on Thursday morning.  

Union pressures EPA

Union pressures EPA

Unionists are placing mounting pressure on the state's Environment Protection Authority – urging the regulator to strengthen air pollution regulation standards for brown coal-fired power stations – as part of a licence review into Latrobe Valley generators.  

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